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Just like the fact that there are always professional athletes who want to be actors, rappers and singers, there are always entertainers who want to be professional athletes.

Luckily, the NBA has a way for those individuals to scratch that itch: the 2018 Celebrity All-Star Game.

Both sides—athletes and celebs—will converge on Friday, Feb. 16 at the Verizon Up Arena at the Los Angeles Convention Center to play some organized basketball under the bright lights.

The game, presented by Ruffles, will begin at 7 p.m. ET and be shown exclusively on ESPN and the ESPN App.

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